[CeBIT 2012] If you thought that the world’s largest and most international computer expo is no place for pole dancers, wait until you check out CeBIT this year. According to reports online, there were a couple of pole-dancing robots at the show. Manufactured from old car parts, the pole-dancing robots were introduced this year to take the place of real dancers that were present at last year’s event. And to complete the dancing duo, there even was a robot DJ spinning the music for the dancing robots to gyrate to.
The robots were designed by British robot maker/artist Giles Walker, and are controlled via wireless technology. Apparently if you want these robots to dance at your next party, you can hire them for about $40,000. Ouch. Check out the video demonstration of the robots in action below:
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